Unholy Love
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Unholy Love

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Young Philippa Cranley is living a lie. Her tyrannical father forces her to masquerade as a man in order to comply with the terms of her grandfather's will, and enable him to inherit the glassworks. Philippa is forced to become Philip, dressing in men's clothes and unable to reveal her identity to anyone. To increase her humiliation, Archer Cranley forces 'Philip' to do a...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Hodder & Stoughton
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Kay Wells
Set back in the 1900's. Definately different to what i expected a really good read. Lots of my books are from the library or bags of books for sale from the library so i do have quite a variety to have a go at. I past this book on to my 86 yr old mum to see what her views were too.
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